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When I attempted to insert a hyperlink to an article I wrote on the Australian Forums entitled, Replacing the Carb Fuel Filter in Photos, a bit earlier it was not working and was taking me to another rollsroyceforums.com page instead.

I am positive that the URL I used in the insert link process was correct and I ended up pasting it in the message text. I have tried creating the same click-through link above, and the actual URL is http://au.rrforums.net/forum/messages/17001/15656.html

If it works here I'll chalk it up to some fluke that will never be explained. If clicking on the thread title and clicking on the URL provided in this message doesn't take you to the same place then please have a look at what's up.

ADDENDUM: Scratch all of the above. I believe it was because the http:// prefix somehow got deleted from the original link. When that's the case what you paste in gets prefixed with "http://rollsroyceforums.com/" (which, by the way, I find very peculiar) and you're sent to La La Land (not the movie).
 

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When I attempted to insert a hyperlink to an article I wrote on the Australian Forums entitled, Replacing the Carb Fuel Filter in Photos, a bit earlier it was not working and was taking me to another rollsroyceforums.com page instead.

I am positive that the URL I used in the insert link process was correct and I ended up pasting it in the message text. I have tried creating the same click-through link above, and the actual URL is http://au.rrforums.net/forum/messages/17001/15656.html

If it works here I'll chalk it up to some fluke that will never be explained. If clicking on the thread title and clicking on the URL provided in this message doesn't take you to the same place then please have a look at what's up.

ADDENDUM: Scratch all of the above. I believe it was because the http:// prefix somehow got deleted from the original link. When that's the case what you paste in gets prefixed with "http://rollsroyceforums.com/" (which, by the way, I find very peculiar) and you're sent to La La Land (not the movie).
The autofill you're referencing is caused by an SEO rewrite rule that while functioning correctly is over sensitive.

Glad you got it sorted though

Kyle
 
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